WATCH: Drake Takes J. Cole on Late-Night Best Buy Shopping Spree

Unless Kanye West decides to release some kind of surprise trailer for baby North West's new reality series, this is the best video clip you'll see all day. To celebrate the release of J. Cole's new album, Born Sinner, his buddy Drake took him on a 1:30 a.m. shopping spree on Thursday morning. The duo went to Best Buy overnight and Drake bought up the store's stock of Cole's new record.

WATCH: Bear Mountain Takes 'Faded' to Boxing Ring in New Video

Following a successful stint earlier this month at New York’s Governors Ball and a tour with Bloc Party, Vancouver, B.C.’s electro-dance outfit Bear Mountain has unveiled a captivating set of visuals for their new single “Faded.” The clip, which was directed by Matt Leaf, stars Mackenzie Grey as the thoroughly creepy ringleader in a boxing ring.

WATCH: Official 'Anchorman 2' Trailer

The film's release may still be months away, but the first official trailer for Anchorman 2 is here. In the sequel, the News 4 crew is recovering from failure and burnout. It's the '80s, and cable news is the next big thing. Ron Burgundy and Co. are back in action, and they are joined by a few friends, including Kristen Wiig, Ed Helms and James Marsden.

WATCH: Bonnaroo 2013 Webcast

Can't be at Bonnaroo this year? Many of the most anticipated performances of this year's event are being streamed live. This includes Paul McCartney, The National, Solange, Wilco, Passion Pit, Local Natives, RZA and more.

WATCH: Skylar Grey's New 'Wear Me Out' Video

Skylar Grey on Tuesday unveiled the new set of visuals for her track, "Wear Me Out," the third single off her forthcoming debut album, Don't Look Down. In the video, she stirs up trouble in the woods with her boyfriend, once again played by actor Noah Segan, who appeared in the videos for “C’mon Let Me Ride” and “Warning.”

WATCH: Grouplove's New 'Ways to Go' Video Stars Young Kim Jong-un; New Album 'Spreading Rumors' Due in September

Grouplove on Monday confirmed plans for their sophomore album, Spreading Rumors, which will arrive on Sept. 17 via Canvasback/Atlantic. To mark the band's announcement, they also unveiled the set's first single via video. The clip for "Ways to Go" stars a young Kim Jong-un (you know, the Supreme Leader of North Korea) as he dances his way through the streets and through the halls of his future palace.

WATCH: Kanye West Performs New Music at Governors Ball

Kanye West on Sunday night closed out a Governors Ball with plenty of highs and lows. The weekend-long festival was shut down early on Friday due to torrential rains, which ended several musicians' sets throughout the day before completely canceling the event's first day. A muddy, messy, stressful weekend was capped by the most anticipated performance of them all: Kanye West. The polarizing MC, whose Yeezus arrives on June 18, performed previously heard tracks off the set, "Black Skinhead" and "New Slaves," in addition to new cuts "On Site," "I Am A God" and "Send It Up."

WATCH: The-Dream Performs 'Too Early' on 'Jimmy Fallon' With Gary Clark Jr. & The Roots

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If you missed Late Night with Jimmy Fallon on Friday, you also missed an incredible musical performance at the end of the show. The-Dream stopped by to promote his new album, IV Play, and he has joined by Gary Clark Jr. and the Roots as he offered the crowd a velvety smooth rendition of "Too Early." From the vocals to Clark's impressive guitar solo, it's five minutes of goodness.

WATCH: Beyoncé Performs 'Crazy in Love' With Jay-Z & 'Grown Woman' at Chime for Change Concert

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Beyoncé and many others gathered on Sunday in London for the Chime for Change charity concert. The organization—which exists to promote female empowerment—is co-founded by the singer, and this year's annual concert saw her performing a string of hits, as well as the new track, "Grown Woman," which is included in the new Pepsi commercials. Husband Jay-Z also joined her onstage to perform "Crazy in Love."